The changes that characterize the typing devices characterize the high gear revolution that is our technology today. From the use of the carbon copy to the innovation of the computer aided printers. However, with time more innovations are likely to be unveiled (Kirkland, 2010).
The world acknowledges the great stride made when the computer aided typing and printer to replace the typewriter. While the typewriter was cumbersome due to use of materials and energies, the computer made this easier as printing is just through instructions given to the computers. The keyboard keys have also been designed to make the user use less energy in typing (Gookin, 2007). The future of the typing and printing devices looks bright even as the world thinks of making more innovations. With the constant research going on we are likely to soon have a keyless keyboard that will make typing a very easy activity (Kirkland, 2010).
What the future holds for the Mobile Telephony
Mobile telephony industry has and is still the centre of change that the society we live in. While it looks like the innovations to do with the cell phones has hit its dead end towards innovation. I believe there is still more to be invented that the mobile phone can incorporate even 100 years to come (Cooper, 2004). There so many claims of the extinction of mobile phones in the years between now and 2100. I do believe this argument and prediction is on a wrong footage. There so many things yet to be incorporated with the use of the device. Once these are done then the need for the cell phones would even go a notch higher (Cooper, 2004). To sell the mobile phone technology in future, more emphasis will be placed on the quality of the service and not just the prices of tariffs. This is due to the continued price wars that are likely to make the tariffs to almost be equal from the different mobile phone service providers. The customers will only be rooting for the companies with the best network management and other supportive hardware services (Cooper, 2004).
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